Determination and classification of certain behaviors for women are heavily influenced by pre-established educational and social values of educated men. Such erroneous beliefs like fear, jealousy, etc. result in sexual prototyping and establish cliche imaginations. Thus cognitive structures form different schemata. The improvement and modification of schemata are possible with knowledge increment. The aim of this research is to study the impact of men's level of academic qualification on altering the structure of sex discrimination schemata. To achieve this aim 200 men holding degrees higher or lower than high school diploma were chosen and identified on the basis of social class random sampling method, and their responses to the ten questions with indispensable validity and reliability were collected. The findings of this study show that knowledge increment in men is influencing in improvement and modification of schemata, and men with higher academic qualifications have a better attitude toward women behavioral attributes.